Aaron Dean's trial date is set for November 16, 2021 in Tarrant County.
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is back at Bass Hall in Downtown Fort Worth for the first time since the start of the pandemic. It was also the first full capacity show at the venue.
For many North Texas children and their families, the COVID-19 crisis is hitting home. The hospital is putting their surgeries on hold to free beds for other children who are critically ill.
While the economy has shown signs of improvement, the delta variant is putting a strain on recovery. There is still a large group of people who are just getting by week to week. From high above, SKY 4 captured how big of a need there still is a year and a half into the pandemic.
The goal is to keep up with the lizards and watch the threatened population grow.
Fort Worth ISD's superintendent spoke about challenges and opportunities for the district during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Fort Worth ISD official said two employees died of COVID-19 this week.
Police are looking for the driver who hit and killed a homeless woman who had been walking in the middle of the street in Fort Worth.
The city is now discussing how to move forward on the matter after the road name change in Atatiana Jefferson's honor was formally signed off on just weeks ago.
A mask mandate was in place Monday morning when students showed up for school. But around lunchtime, it was reversed after the district was ordered to abandon the requirement by a court.
One man is behind bars after an argument turned into a gun fight early Sunday morning in Fort Worth.
All Saints Episcopal School hosted a team from just outside New York City. They honored first responders and the troops who died in Afghanistan last month. The visiting team's coach had his own special honor for an alum who died on 9/11.
The Islamic Association of Fort Worth, Northwood Church and Temple Shalom are gathering care packages for refugees sheltering in the U.S.
The prestigious Star of Texas award is given to first responders who have been killed or were seriously injured while on duty. Several North Texans were honored this year including a Grapevine police officer who is now back on the job after being seriously injured.
A Fort Worth mother's group is coming to the aid of those who help young COVID-19 patients.
Starting Monday, masks will be required in Fort Worth ISD classrooms and buildings for all students, teachers, staff, and visitors.
American Airlines pilots are protesting what they call mismanagement of the ramp-up in flight schedules. They say they are overworked, tired and fed up with the lack of accommodations they've dealt with to keep up with travel demand.
American Airlines will no longer offer paid pandemic time off for employees who get sick but are not vaccinated against COVID-19
The number of COVID-19 cases among students nearly doubled across Texas in one week. Last week alone, districts reported to the state more than 27,000 student cases. Health experts fear a spike in cases after the Labor Day weekend. Meantime, measures to mitigate the spread vary.
North Texas firefighters are on the ground in Louisiana to help residents recover from the extensive destruction of Hurricane Ida.